General Information
Chemistry 331 (lecture), Chemistry 332 (lecture) and Chemistry 337 (lecture and laboratory) constitute the course sequence for pre-professional students (medicine, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy and other health professions), chemical engineering students and other students, not majoring in chemistry, who require a year of organic chemistry.
 
Course Structure
Four credit-hour course
A lecture component
A recitation component


Prerequisite(s)
One year of freshman chemistry
CH 121, CH 122, CH 123; or
CH 221, CH 222, CH 223
 
Terms Offered
Fall (on-line; on-campus)
Winter (on-line)
Summer (on-campus)
 
Textbook
Organic Chemistry, sixth edition, by P.Y. Bruice
Organic Chemistry Study Guide/Solutions Manual,sixth edition, by P.Y. Bruice
 
Topics
Acid-base chemistry
 
Alkanes and cycloalkanes
Nomenclature
Strain energies
Conformational analysis
Radical halogenation
 
Alkenes
Nomenclature
Hydrohalogenation
Hydration
Halogenation
Hydrogenation
Hydroxylation
Oxidative cleavage
 
Alkynes
Nomenclature
Hydrohalogenation
Hydration
Halogenation
Hydrogenation
Acetylide ions
 
Alkyl Halides
Nomenclature
SN1 reactions
SN2 reactions
E1 reactions
E2 reactions
 
Detailed List of Topics (effective Fall 2011)
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Additional Information
All course information, updates, announcements are posted via Canvas.

Online Organic Chemistry Sequence
CH 331, CH 332, CH 337
Click here for information about the online sequence, including prerequisites and overrides.